Students Deface ‘Imperialist’ Rudyard Kipling’s Poem

Students at the University of Manchester have this week demonstrated the decline in academic freedom by defacing the 'nation's favourite poem' just a week after it was erected. The poem 'If' by renowned author and poet Rudyard Kipling was placed on a wall within the university campus. The 1895 masterpiece is also inscribed above the entrance to Wimbledon's Centre Court. Students painted over the poem because, allegedly, Rudyard Kipling was a 'racist' and 'imperialist'. Fatima Abid, General Secretary of the Student Union, tweeted the boringly predictable rubbish about 'black and brown voices' allegedly being airbrushed out of history. The poem was replaced by 'Still I Rise' by Maya Angelou - an African-American poet who, in all likelihood, nobody outside of snowflake circle...

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Jewish Takeover of British Media?

According to media reports, US media Comcast is set to purchase Britain's second largest news network. The bid for Sky PLC, the parent company of Sky News, will represent the big shift in the modern media landscape. An interesting feature of this takeover bid, that most fail to realise let alone raise, is that the takeover would place one of Britain's premier news networks in entirely Jewish hands. The founder of Comcast - which also owns NBC and film giants Universal - is a certain Ralph J. Roberts, the son of Jewish immigrants from Russia. The Chairman and CEO is Robert L. Roberts, another of Jewish extraction. Senior Executive Vice-President (and Chief Financial Officer) Michael Cavanagh used to work for JP Morgan and Rubenstein's (no, seriously) Carlyle Group. Finally, t...

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Tragedy on Bute: 16 Year Old Male Charged For rape and Murder of 6 Year Old Girl

The people of the island of Bute have been shattered by their first murder in more than 30 years. About 06:25 hours on the 2nd of July 2018, panic and uncertainty was rife on the peaceful island of Bute, off the West coast of Scotland. A young girl of 6 years old, Alesha MacPhail was reported missing by her family. Merely three hours later, the body of a girl was found in a woodland area near to the home of Alesha's grandparents. The body was later confirmed to be that of Alesha. Alesha had been at the beginning of a 3 week trip to the island to see family members, whilst on her summer holiday. [adsense] A police investigation was launched on Bute, which saw a large increase in the numbers of officers on the island carrying out investigations and reassurance patrols for the res...

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Updates on Iuliana’s Murder

The 15-year-old died on Monday after a knife attack in Viersen on the Lower Rhine. The seriousness of the murder provoked a region wide manhunt for the suspects.  After following false leads on suspects, the alleged perpetrator who stabbed and killed Iuliana, a 17-year-old boy,  appeared at a police station in the city of Mönchengladbach along with his lawyer to turn himself in. The 17-year-old teenager from Bulgaria lives in Viersen. He was arrested. Investigations into the circumstances and background of the offense continue. Meanwhile, to clear up the confusion surrounding the case. Previously, a false suspect was arrested, but he has since been released. A 25-year old from Turkey was suspected because he fled police when they approached him but later turned himself...

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Denmark: Petition with 50K Signatures for Banning Circumcision for Boys Under 18 reaches Parliament

On Friday, a petition calling for a ban on male circumcision reached the Danish parliament after receiving over 50,000 signatures. "We're really happy, but now the real work begins. It's an important but small step," Lena Nyhus, member of the Intact Denmark group that started the petition, told news agency Ritzau. Denmark's Socialist People's Party has expressed its support for the petition, but other primary political parties in the country have been as supportive. If passed, the ban would mandate a six-year prison sentence for anyone who carries out a circumcision on a male under the age of 18, unless there is a valid medical reason. Proponents of boyhood 'circumcision' say that the 'removal' of the foreskin can reduce the risk of fatal diseases like cancer, but t...

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Repeal The 8th: The Destruction of Traditional Ireland?

The Republic of Ireland is quite unusual in the context of its situation in North-Western Europe. Whilst the United Kingdom, Germany, the Scandinavian countries and the Low countries have descended into liberal dystopia, permissively waving through sweeping liberalisations of culture and society, Ireland has been somewhat late to the party, as the expression goes. This can be largely attributed to its Catholic Faith, which has seen the country embrace atheism with much less ferocity than the formerly protestant nations in its geographic vicinity. This is also cited for Ireland’s relatively late adoption of certain cultural reforms, such as no-fault divorce and homosexual marriage, which were otherwise accepted as a matter of course by her neighbours. On Friday 25th May, the Irish people ...

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Chabloz on Trial, Free Speech Advocates Silent

Chabloz on Trial, “Free Speech” Advocates Silent

‘I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it’ This quote, attributed to English author Evelyn Beatrice Hall, is a particular favourite of Britain’s self-styled free speech advocates. The freedom to speak one’s mind, unmolested by the state, is for them, non-negotiable, or so they say. Yet it transpires that what they’re really campaigning for is limited freedom of speech within the confines determined by their internalised political correctness. Two cases in recent weeks have demonstrated this fact. Firstly, there’s the internationally publicised case of Usurla Haverbeck, an 89-year-old German woman who has just began a two-year prison sentence for ‘minimising the scale of the holocaust’. Continental "de-Nazification" legislation ...

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Why is the Left so Quick to Excuse Rape? Continental Edition

For all of the talk of compassion that comes from the Left, even a cursory glance at the horrors being perpetrated against the women of Europe reveal these claims to be at best ignorantly one-sided and at worst deliberately duplicitous. By 2030, it is estimated that one in four Swedish women and girls will have been raped (the number presently stands at one in eight). The culprits are obvious: as of 2014, rape in Sweden had risen 1,472% since 1975, the first year of large-scale immigration—though the numbers from back then look sublimely small by comparison. 80% of molestations in Sweden’s public baths have been committed by men of foreign origin. Approximately five percent of Sweden’s population consists of Moslem males, and yet they account for 77% of the country’s rapes; 95.6% o...

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Alt-Tech: Making It Happen

On Thursday evening, GoDaddy removed its hosting for in the latest bout of censorship on the web. They had given Richard Spencer 48 hours to transfer the domain to another host and having failed to do so, the website is now offline. This once again highlights the necessity of an Alt-Tech infrastructure and illustrates how far we are from achieving this. [readmore direction="" categoryID=""]   Attack On Our Platforms After Charlottesville there was an all-out attack on many ethno-nationalist platforms & content creators. Red Ice was hacked, the Daily Stormer had their domain seized and numerous other content creators were booted from funding platforms such as PayPal, GoFundMe and Patreon. Hatreon, a funding platform setup as a free-speech alternative, has had C...

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Paralysed by Fear

Paralysed By Fear & The Art Of The Start

If you don’t know where you’re going, it doesn’t really matter how you get there. But when you do know where you’re going, yet never set off on your journey, then all the planning in the world becomes irrelevant. This inability to make a decision or simply to start, is commonly known as paralysis analysis. When you dig a little deeper though, it isn’t analysis that is paralysing us, it’s fear. (more…)...

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